Poems by Milly Hayward

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  • As I look back on the winding road
    with many a twist and turn...

  • Stuck in isolation
    for this virus thing is rife...

  • Why? (10) 6

    This rock crushes my dying breast
    weighs heavier than you could know...

  • Phone me up and threaten me
    and weave your evil threats...

  • Theres a penquin in my sandwich box
    he's wearing bright green socks...

  • A twinkle in the dead of night
    caused light through my bedroom drape...

  • An ashen veil of night removes the light
    as beauty takes her leave and still I grieve...

  • Enough... (3) 5

    This one way road to nowhere
    feeds your narcissistic need...

  • Hope (5) 4

    I would fly along with sparrows,
    mirror the sharp turns of the fish...

  • There is a magic place where you can learn
    where teachers can be fair but often stern...

  • My night is dark, no love to give me light
    though moonlight glimmers on the distant shore...

  • A Sonnet is quite tough for me to grasp
    Though rhyme emits from me with silky ease...